Amy Morton Biography

Updated On Jun 20, 2019 Published On Dec 12, 2015
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American actress, Amy Morton is popular for her role in the film such as Rookie of the Year, Up in the Air, The Dilemma, Bluebird and many more. Other than film acting she is best known for being a director and theatre actress.

Amy Morton's early life and married life

Morton was born on the 1st of January in 1958 in Oak Park area, Illinois, United States. She grew up along with her sibling brother Bruce Morton who died due to Pancreatitis in his 40s.


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Regarding her ethnicity and nationality, she is a white American actor-director. She attended Triton College and Clarke University but she did not graduate.

Amy Morton's married life

Once she was involved in a love affair with famous William is an actor, director, and producer William Petersen.  She lived with him for a certain time before they broke up soon.

Afterward, he got married to sound designer Rob Milburn. The couple is reported to happy being each other loving spouse. Besides this, there is no information about her married life, boyfriend, and any other extra-marital affair.

Amy Morton's career and net worth

She spent most of her career time working for the Chicago theater scene. She has appeared in many stage shows and the numerous films and has been awarded many prestigious awards and has been entitled to numerous nominations.

Amy Morton is well known for her appearance in films like Rookie of the Year, Bluebird, and Up in the Air, featuring George Clooney and many others.

Recently she is involved with Chicago P.D as Sergeant Trudy Platt, starring Jesse Lee Soffer and Patrick John Flueger.

Amy Morton's net worth

She earns a massive amount of salary from her successful acting career and her recent day net worth is reported to be around $1 million.

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Born in Oak Park, Illinois, United States


Amy Morton was born in 1958 or in 1959 in Oak Park, Illinois, United States. She had one brother named Bruce Morton. Her brother died due to Pancreatitis in his 40s. She is American and is of average height.

Working in Chicago theater scene


Amy Morton has member of Steppenwolf Theatre Company which is core group of actors. She has spent most of time of her career working in Chicago theater scene, since 1997. She is best known for her theatre work.

Debut film, Straight Talk


Since 1992, Amy Morton began her film career. Her first debut film was American comedy movie Straight Talk. She appeared in that film as the role of Ann. Rookie of the Year, Up in the Air, The Dilemma, Bluebird and many more are her popular movies.

Won Joseph Jefferson Awards


Amy Morton has been nominated for Joseph Jefferson Awards for more than nine times. Once she won this award in 1986. She won that award for play You Can't Take It with You and that was for Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play.

Nominated for Tony Award


Amy Morton has been nominated for Tony Awards twice and that was in year 2008 and 2013. In 2008, she was nominated for comedy play August: Osage County for Best Actress in a Play. In 2013, she was nominated for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf for Best Actress in a Play.